Top Apps For Brain Development That Will Make Your Kid Smarter
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Top Apps For Brain Development That Will Make Your Kid Smarter

While some parents wonder if smartphones and tablets are so useful for young children, others have already downloaded educational apps to their gadgets and are using the digital space to their child's advantage. With educational games for smartphones, you can develop memory, thinking speed, and mathematical talents. We have selected the top of such applications. Check more kids' brain trainer apps at appslikethese.

The brain is lazy, it should be constantly loaded with intellectual tasks. Boostmind application just gives this "food". It is one of the best brain stimulators games. The program contains a set of games that help train a child's attention, thinking, and memory. It is noteworthy that all results are stored, and this allows you to track progress. You can play independently or enter into competition with other players.

Mind Games
The application with educational games was developed taking into account the principles of cognitive psychology. Now the user has access to 24 educational games that help develop mental abilities, and at the same time trains concentration, reaction speed, memory, flexibility of thinking.

Einstein Brain Trainer
The application contains 30 special exercises to stimulate brain activity. If you perform the tasks every day, the mind will become sharp and clear. You can train alone or with a whole company. By the way, Einstein will always keep track of progress and readily give valuable advice, and at the same time will indicate which part of the brain was involved during training.

The Lumosity app is based on scientific approaches that draw on breakthrough psychological concepts. Every day, more than 25 games help train child's attention and memory for 70 million people around the world.

Gadgets and computer games actually develop children, not make them idle and lazy. Do parents wonder what games their child is playing? If you delve into the process, you can see that almost every game has a complex logic. Smartphone games make children think. Even those apps that can create an avatar develop children's creativity. Let's continue our list of brain apps.

A personal trainer for children's concentration, thinking speed, memory, oratory, and math skills. The program selects individual tasks for each user, which are adjusted according to the results. These are mini-games that must be performed correctly. Each time the tasks get more difficult.

An assistant application that combines several memorization techniques. Everyone will be able to find the right option for themselves. The program works without Internet access. So the child can train his brain anywhere and at any time.

Rapid Reader
Speed reading is a useful skill for a schoolboy. It won't make you a genius, but it will definitely help you extract useful information from any text. This simple app will teach you how to handle a lot of letters quickly.

The Peak app was developed in collaboration with leading neuroscientists. More than 30 fun games will help you train your memory, attention, speech, mental stability, reaction, and perception speed on a daily basis. The game has a statistics section that saves the results, so it's easier to track your progress.

Fit Brains Trainer
This application offers more than 35 game levels of different complexity. The main difference from the above programs is the presence of tests on emotional intelligence. These tests will show your ability to recognize emotions and understand the motivation and intentions of other people.

You can always keep up to date with the latest news in the world of science, psychology, medicine, and anything else if you download the TED application on your smartphone. This is more than 2000 speeches on various topics: from the development of technologies to people's relationships. You can view the performances in the original, with subtitles. Videos can be downloaded or watched online.

Are you naturally curious, but you don't have time to look for interesting facts yourself? The Curiosity app prepares a series of short stories with incredible facts from the field of history, science, and technology especially for you every day. It also stores a huge amount of information for erudite and inquisitive users.

Khan Academy
The Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization founded in 2006 by MIT and Harvard graduate Salman Khan. The academy's main goal is to allow everyone to get a high-quality education. That's why you'll find a wealth of useful information on mathematics, history, health and medicine, finance, physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, economics, cosmology, organic chemistry, art history, macro-and microeconomics, and computer science in the app.

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